Who We Are:

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College is a tribal college in Northwest Wisconsin. We strive to offer the most efficient blend of the traditional and the modern, preparing our students for today's world while maintaining the cultural integrity of the Ojibwe.

What We Do

We offer a number of Associates Degrees and one-year certificates, and we serve both Native and non-Native populations. We strive to better our surrounding community through all that we do, especially through our Extension Program.

Students attending LCO receive top-notch instruction from an HLC Accredited institution. Each student takes courses in general education (writing, math, science, etc.) as well as at least one course in Native American Studies and, naturally, the courses in their chosen degree path.

Additionally, LCOOCC offers student support, Career Counseling, an opportunity to engage in student organizations and many other opportunities. LCOOCC also offers GED/HSED coursework and testing services.

Where We Do It

Our main campus is located on the Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation just outside of Hayward, Wisconsin. We also have three Outreach Sites serving nearby Ojibwe reservations: LCOOCC - Lac du Flambeau, LCOOCC - St. Croix, and LCOOCC - North